*** ALERT ***
June, 2015 - Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney is warning businesses to beware of a scam targeting Idaho businesses. A firm called Division of Corporate Services, Business Compliance Division is contacting Idaho businesses by mail in an attempt to collect fees. The false notice states “NOTICE OF POTENTIAL COMPLIANCE VIOLATION”. When contacted, you are instructed to be in compliance and that you must purchase a certificate of goodstanding. The Idaho Uniform Business Organizations Code does not require entities to purchase a certificate of goodstanding to remain compliant.
Businesses should be on the alert for this third party mailing. It is NOT required by the Secretary of State office. We recommend that businesses who receive this mailing contact your local office of the Better Business Bureau for more information.
Please note: All business entity information that is filed with our office is public record and is made available online through our search.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2015
IDAHO UNIFORM BUSINESS ORGANIZATION CODE
Change of Business Mailing Address (ABN cannot use this form, ABN must file amendment)
Statement of Conversion (We suggest you seek legal or financial advice before making this important business decision.)
Create reinstatement form (Only Idaho entities may reinstate.)
Idaho Statute covering Conversions (no form currently available, draft your document following the statute)